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Transforming Tajikistan: Between a Soviet past and a Tajik future

Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikistan, is changing rapidly. In what was once a Soviet city known for its quiet tree-lined…

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Prince Philip dedicated his life to playing the supporting role

Prince Philip, the husband of Queen Elizabeth, has died at 99, Buckingham Palace said on Friday. He had recently been…

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The epidemiologist and her fight to prevent the next pandemic

Monitors beep. A healthcare worker, suited up in a medical gown, face shield and other personal protective equipment, hands a…

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‘Some stay, some die’: The horror of Ukraine’s war camps

Kyiv, Ukraine – Ihor Kozlovsky smiled happily while taking pictures of a crowd that chanted Ukraine’s national anthem in mid-April…

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Pakistan’s feminists say will persevere amid increased threats

Organisers and participants in women’s rights marches across Pakistan are facing a sustained campaign of misinformation, blasphemy allegations and threats,…

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The great pivot: US women small business owners during COVID

As the coronavirus spread across the globe, the emergency challenged the way the world thought about public health. For entrepreneurs…

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Ntombesintu Mfunzi: A South African athlete’s fight against rape | Sexual Assault News

The hilly and winding trail routes near Mhlakulo village in Eastern Cape, South Africa are challenging for even the most…

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Reporter’s Notebook: Protests in Senegal ‘took me by surprise’ | Protests News

Dakar, Senegal – It took me by surprise. The series of loud detonations from rounds of tear gas, smoke billowing…

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Why you must still wear a mask after having a COVID-19 vaccine | Coronavirus pandemic News

Despite the manufacturers of the COVID vaccine recommending a delay of no more than three weeks between the two required…

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Shunned and banished: Victims blamed for incest in Burkina Faso | Child Rights News

Yako, Burkina Faso – Unable to utter a word through her tears, Pauline* looks away from her one-and-a-half-month-old son breastfeeding…

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